George Marriott was chaplain to the English community at Sweden and afterwards Lecturer of St. Luke, Old-Street. He published two poems and a number of sermons. The obituary in the Gentleman's Magazine suggests that Marriott obtained the rectory at Twinstead, Essex through Sir James Marriott, who was presumably a relation.
The primate. An ode. Written in Sweden. 1767.
The birth of the Jesuit. A poem. In three books. 1768.
Solomon's preference of death to life, explained and vindicated. A sermon. 1768.
A discourse on the extent of social liberty. 1770.
Two sermons on the mortality of mankind. 1771.
Three lectures, theological and critical. 1772.
Human life, a state of pilgrimage. A farewell-sermon. 1773.
The Jesuit. An allegorical poem. With airs and choruses. 1773.
An estimate of human life. In a series of discourses. 1774
Considerations (in residue) on the state-intermediate, or first future revolution of being. Three sermons. 1775.
Judgment begun in the house of God, to be finished on its enemies. 1776?